Ray Loynd

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Review: 'Dancing in the Dark'

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Notable are Principal, in a choice role that gives her the opportunity to fly , and ever-reliable villain Vaughn as a lecherous, hard-drinking influential judge who sexually assaults his son's…

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Review: 'Children of the Dust'

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"Children of the Dust" is an absorbing Western that's propelled by its multiracial dynamics and refreshing setting: the great Land Rush of the Oklahoma Territory in the 1880s. The mini, toplining…

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Review: 'A Walton Wedding'

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But after assorted complications are swept out of the way, it's the purty-est country church wedding you ever did see, complete with a Keystone Kop-inspired payoff when one of the Walton…

Review: 'Staccato'

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The challenge in writing a play about Hollywood is to avoid stereotypical characters and to give the material the appearance of novelty. By that measure, David Knapp's "Staccato" is a disappointment…

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